359 items in this album on 18 pages.

Recognition drawing for cruisers Takao and Atago (post-1938 configuration) published by US Navy Office of Naval IntelligenceA Japanese newspaper reporting a killing contest held by the Japanese Army in NanjingTelegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 1 of 4Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 2 of 4
Recognition drawing for cruisers Takao and Atago (post-1938 configuration) published by US Navy Office of Naval IntelligenceA Japanese newspaper reporting a killing contest held by the Japanese Army in NanjingTelegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 1 of 4Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 2 of 4
Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 3 of 4Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 4 of 4Diagram of a main battery 16-inch gun turret for the South Dakota-class of US battleshipsUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930s
Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 3 of 4Telegram from Reinhard Heydrich coordinating SD involvement in Kristallnacht, 10 Nov 1938, page 4 of 4Diagram of a main battery 16-inch gun turret for the South Dakota-class of US battleshipsUS Navy recognition drawings of Japanese cruisers Furutaka, Kako, Kinugasa, and Aoba, circa 1930s
Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.Certificate showing Stalin as a honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, issued on 22 Dec 1939, as seen in the Ogonyok magazine dated 15 Mar 1953Cover of a Solothurn S-18/100 sales brochure
Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 1 of 2.Typed script of the radio address King George VI of the United Kingdom delivered announcing Britain’s entry into the war with Germany, Buckingham Palace, London, England, UK, Sept 3, 1939. Page 2 of 2.Certificate showing Stalin as a honorary member of the Academy of Sciences of the Soviet Union, issued on 22 Dec 1939, as seen in the Ogonyok magazine dated 15 Mar 1953Cover of a Solothurn S-18/100 sales brochure
Diagram of a Northover Projector, seen in 1940 British War Office publication Military Training Pamphlet No 42 Tank Hunting and DestructionFinnish propaganda leaflet, 1939-1940Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940
Diagram of a Northover Projector, seen in 1940 British War Office publication Military Training Pamphlet No 42 Tank Hunting and DestructionFinnish propaganda leaflet, 1939-1940Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940
Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940Postcard featuring a village along Cuva creek, Fiji, 1940sPostcard featuring a village on the Sigatoka River, Fiji, 1940sPostcard featuring beach scenery, Fiji, 1940s
Finnish propaganda poster, 1939-1940Postcard featuring a village along Cuva creek, Fiji, 1940sPostcard featuring a village on the Sigatoka River, Fiji, 1940sPostcard featuring beach scenery, Fiji, 1940s

359 items in this album on 18 pages.



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